The newest addition to The Nadler group of hotels has now opened its doors.
The Nadler Covent Garden joins four other properties in London and Liverpool as part of the portfolio and is situated in a prime location overlooking the Strand in the capital.
The property, situated on the corner of Bedford Street and the Strand, is a 1907 Edwardian building and comprises 57 bedrooms spread over six floors, including a reception and lounge on the ground floor.
Each bedroom features a mini kitchen with microwave, sink, fridge, BRITA filter water tap and Nespresso coffee machine, as well as trained ‘local ambassadors’ front of house on hand to advise on the best restaurants, bars and amenities in the surrounding area.
The new Covent Garden property ‘marks a move’ for the brand to have an interior more reflective of the locality of each hotel.
Furnishings have been designed and produced locally in West London, with fabrics made from natural fibres from the Isle of Bute, Scotland.
Paul Smith lamps have also been installed in the bedrooms.
A colourway of deep blues, clay greys and accents of cherry red sit alongside metallic touches of brass and copper.